The Sin’s strain high comes on fast and hard. It hits your brain with tremendous mental energy and dizzying euphoria. It makes you happy and most likely speechless at first. A little later, a floating and heavily relaxing body high begins. After a phase of getting closer to her potency, experienced users enjoy a crystal clear cerebral high and a holistic deep physical relaxation.
The flowers have a wonderful fruity aroma reminiscent of cherries with notes of sandalwood. The taste is fruity, sweet and sour and has a delicious vanilla note. As the flowering period progresses, the buds will develop an increasingly thick layer of glistening resin and purple hues, making her a stunning beauty.
Specification The Sin - Feminized
- Feminized seeds
- Genetics: 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
- Mambo MG x Hectane
- Yield: 500-550 g/m² • 800-1000 gr/plant
- Flowering time: 9-10 weeks
- Harvest Outdoors: Mid of October
- Suitable for indoors and outdoors
- Height: 110-130 cm • 200-250 cm
- THC: Up to 37%
- Aromas / flavors: Sandal, cherry, fruity, sweet
Growing The Sin Strain
Using a UVB lamp gives the plants an extra boost and helps them produce even more THC and trichomes. Using the UVB lamp for about 3-5 hours per day during the last 3-4 weeks of flowering will stimulate strong sunlight as it occurs in the equatorial zone. Plants begin to protect their buds by producing more resin. The Sin feminized seeds produce plants with an average height of 110-130cm indoors. After a flowering time of 9-10 weeks, she delivers a large amount of extremely flavorful and delicious premium quality buds, which feature massive THC and cannabinoid levels, and thus oversized potency. The Sin is the strain that’s actually way too strong for most moments, but you still can’t help but enjoy it because it just pulled you in. She’s the strain you definitely shouldn’t underestimate.
Therapeutic Effects The Sin Strain
Because of the super high average THC content of 28-38%, The Sin is a perfect choice for treating experienced patients suffering from conditions such as depression, chronic stress, loss of appetite or nausea and chronic fatigue.